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|Gellyneck||Check inside the aerial body as it's probably a screw in fitting and the threaded part (above the break) will still be there. I managed to screw the broken part in a car aerial out using a slotted screwdriver.|
Dunno Kaze, not seen anything like it.
How about buying one of those windscreen ariel you glue round the screen and push fit into the back of the radio?
|kaze4810||This is the broken part. It has snapped off inside. Any thoughts?|
As much as I would like to help Kaze I just don't know what part of the aerial is push in or screwed.
The cable has a push in connector to connect it to the car, there are various methods to connect it to the aerial itself, although on a new aerial the cable is already connected.
Is there anything on the above site that resembles what you are after?
|kaze4810||Can't get a picture to load, but where the base of the aerial fits into the bonnet, there's a small pin, only about 1cm long.|
Yes. We've removed the whole aerial and it has a push in connection, not a screw.
What part actually pushes in Kaze? Why not purchase a new aerial and be done with it, although by doing this you may have to tune the radio to the new aerial.
As Ray has said "A picture paints a thousand words".
OK, the only push in ariel connections I remember are very old ones. I haven't seen one this century. How about a picture?
|kaze4810||Yes. We've removed the whole aerial and it has a push in connection, not a screw.|
Hello. Are you sure it's a push-in.?
We have a 2003 Globetrotter Advantage and the other half has managed to break off the radio aerial that's fitted on the driver's side of the front wing!
It has a push-in fitting and we're struggling to find a replacement, we can only find screw-in ones. Any advice would be welcome.